Valencia – Eibar: Easy win for Valencia, as they put 4 past Eibar

Valencia vs. Eibar

Valencia on a 4-1 win against Eibar on Sunday at the Mestalla. Valencia were hoping to get something from this game, following a previous defeat to Seville. Eibar, on the other hand, are struggling for form following a draw in their last match. After today’s result, Valencia and Eibar currently occupy 14th and 20th spots in the league, with 39 points and 30 points respectively after 37 matches.

The Bats started the game well, with an early goal from Goncalo Guedes in the 3rd minute. Valencia looked to have the game under control when they scored again and incerased their lead, thanks to a goal from Carlos Soler in the 19th minute to establish a 2-0. Valencia looked to have the game under control when they scored again, thanks to a second effort from Carlos Soler, 30 minutes in to establish a 3-0. However, The Gunsmiths secured the points emphatically, with a goal from Bryan Salvatierra in the 38th minute, which saw the first half end 3-1.

Valencia fought back, with an early 2nd effort from Goncalo Guedes in the 49th minute. When the final wisthle blew, the result was 4-1 to Valencia.

For Valencia, Uros Racic, Cristiano Piccini, Manu Vallejo, Kevin Gameiro and Eliaquim Mangala, came on for Daniel Wass, Thierry Correia, Kang In Lee, Maxi Gomez and Mouctar Diakhaby. Eibar brought on Sergi Enrich, Bryan Salvatierra, Alejandro Pozo, Pape Diop and Aleix Garcia, to replace Yoshinori Muto, Kevin Rodrigues, Roberto Correa, Edu Exposito and Miguel Atienza.

Valencia will play their next fixture away against Huesca, while Eibar will face Barcelona at home.

Technical card:
Valencia: Jasper Cillessen, Thierry Correia (Cristiano Piccini, min.69), Mouctar Diakhaby (Eliaquim Mangala, min.85), Hugo Guillamon, Gabriel Paulista, Jose Luis Gaya, Kang In Lee (Manu Vallejo, min.80), Carlos Soler, Daniel Wass (Uros Racic, min.68), Maxi Gomez (Kevin Gameiro, min.80) and Goncalo Guedes
Eibar: Marko Dmitrovic, Roberto Correa (Alejandro Pozo, min.68), Paulo Oliveira, Anaitz Arbilla, Jose Angel, Recio, Edu Exposito (Pape Diop, min.69), Miguel Atienza (Aleix Garcia, min.77), Kevin Rodrigues (Bryan Salvatierra, min.36), Yoshinori Muto (Sergi Enrich, min.36) and Kike
Stadium: the Mestalla
Goals: Goncalo Guedes (1-0, min. 3), Carlos Soler (2-0, min. 19), Carlos Soler (3-0, min. 30), Bryan Salvatierra (3-1, min. 38) and Goncalo Guedes (4-1, min. 49)